Art and culture from Florence, Italy, focusing on exhibitions, museums, artisans and more.
An interview with Biba Giacchetti about the Elliott Erwitt exhibition at Villa Bardini this October.
The exhibition titled "Botticelli and Renaissance Florence" is the result of a collaboration with the Uffizi Galleries.
It is the first Italian exhibition dedicated to British designers Ossie Clark and Celia Birtwell.
The Tehran-born artist speaks about his career and works on display at La Ménagère.
Contemporary Florence takes flight in piazza del Carmine, piazza San Firenze + piazza del Grano.
A conversation with artist Nafisa about her new book and her love of Florence.
The Pietrasanta-based artist discusses the significance of the works on display in Florence and his view on contemporary art’s role in society.
Women in Balance 1955/1965 at the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum starts with a display dedicated to Wanda Miletti Ferragamo (1921-2018) and leads into social history in the 1950s and 60s.
Marquis Lionardo Lorenzo Ginori Lisci pledges 16 Baroque artifacts to the leading Florentine cultural institution.
The Palazzo Davanzati Museum has reopened after being completely rearranged and renovated during six months of intense work.
This month, the restored San Nicola di Bari in Gloria will be returned to the Church of San Niccolò.
Freshly restored, Artemisia Gentileschi’s 'Maddalena Penitente' painting was likely painted in Florence during the artist’s stay at the Medici court.
The Andrea Bocelli Foundation has joined forces with online bidding auctioneer for special objects Catawiki to raise funds.
Six women in Florence discuss their work with sustainable textiles, clothing and home décor in Florence and environs.
Muscular and monolithic, Emanuele Giannelli’s "Mr. Arbitrium" will remain on show by the San Lorenzo Basilica until October 31.